Members talk community pharmacy issues with SBA

by NCPA | Jun 05, 2019

As part of NCPA's ongoing advocacy efforts with the SBA's Office of Advocacy, members are speaking at regional regulatory reform roundtable discussions held around the country. Pharmacy owner Justin Wilson testified in Oklahoma City last month, and on Tuesday, pharmacy owner Natalie Bari and pharmacist Brandon Cooper represented community pharmacy at a Jonesboro, Ark., roundtable. Testimony has focused on the need for a small business impact analysis on the proposed rule to assess manufacturer rebate at the point of sale. Next up: Robert Dozier, executive director of the Mississippi Independent Pharmacies Association, will testify at a Jackson roundtable today.